A Coggle Diagram about Simple Present (-To express habits and routines
-To give indications, Examples
-he drinks milk every day
-You open the door when between Princess , In the third person singular, the verb always ends in -s he wants, she needs and Affirmative / Questions / Negative
I think / Do I think? / I do not think
You think / Do you think? / You do not think
He thinks / Does he think? / He does not think
She thinks / Does she think? / She does not think
It thinks / Does it think? / It does not think
We think / Do we think? / We do not think.
They think / Do they think? / They do not think.), Simple Past (It is used to talk about an action that concludes weather that sets the action may be the recent past or distant past., Example
-He lived in Fiji in 1976.
-We crossed the Channel yesterday., Affirmative
Sujeto + raíz + ed
Sujeto + did not + infinitivo sin to
They didn't go.
Did + sujeto + infinitivo sin to
Did she arrive? and I / was
He, She, It / was
You / were
They / were), Simple Future (To predict a future event
To express will or willingness to do something, Affirmative
I will go
They will not see
Will she ask? and I will = I'll
We will = we'll
You will = you'll
He will = he'll
She will = she'll
They will = they'll
Will not = won't), Present Continous (to describe an action that is taking place at this time:
You are using the Internet.
to describe a trend or an action that is happening today:
Are you still working for the same company?, Affirmative
Subject + to be + root + ing
She is talking.
Subject + to be + not + root + ing
She is not (is not) talking
to be + subject + root + ing
Is she talking? and Affirmative / Negative / Interrogative
I am going / I am not going / Am I going?
You are going / You are not going. / Are you going?
He, she, it is going / He, she, it is not going / Is he, she, it going?
We are going / We are not going / Are we going?
You are going / You are not going / Are you going?
They are going / They are not going / Are they going?), Past Continous (describe the background in a story written in the past tense
to describe an unfinished action that was interrupted by another event or action, Examples
-They were waiting for the bus when the accident happened.
-Caroline was skiing when she broke her leg.
-When we arrived he was having a bath.
-When the fire started I was watching television. and Affirmative / Negative / Interrogative
I was playing / I was not playing / Was I playing?
You were playing / You were not playing / Were you playing?
He was playing / He wasn't playing / Was he playing?
We were playing / We weren't playing / Were we playing?
They were playing / They weren't playing / Were they playing?), Present Perfect (It is used to indicate a link between the present and the past
An action or situation that began in the past and continues today, Affirmative
Subject to Have past participle
She has visited.
Subject to not have + past participle
She has not (have not) visited.
To have subject past participle
She visited you? and Examples
We have had the same car for ten years.
She has worked in the bank for five years
I have worked hard this week.) and Past Perfect (It refers to a time prior to the recent past. It is used to indicate that an event occurred before another in the past. No matter which of the events mentioned first, because the tense makes clear temporal order in which they occurred.
In these examples, the Event A is the one that first occurred and Event B occurred then is the most recent:
John HAD gone out
When I arrived in the office. and It is composed of two parts: the past of the verb to have (had) + the "past participle" the main verb.
Affirmative / Negative / Questions
I had decided / I hadn't decided / Had I decided?
You had decided / You hadn't decided / Had you decided?
She had decided / She hadn't decided / Had she decided?
We had decided / We hadn't decided / Had we decided?
They had decided / They hadn't decided / Had they decided?)